Richard Marshall DB SD 4 Months
Marshall was released by the Chargers on Monday, NFL.com reports.
Marshall played an expanded snap count Thursday against the Broncos in wake of injuries to the Chargers' secondary; however, he was exposed on numerous occasions by Denver wideout Emmanuel Sanders. Following that sub-par performance, Marshall will now hit the free agent market and hope to provide veteran depth elsewhere in the league.
Richard Marshall DB SD 12 Months
Chargers re-signed CB Richard Marshall to a one-year contract.
Marshall, 29, appeared in all 16 games for the Bolts last season, starting the final six and the two playoff games. He's a burn victim in coverage but isn't afraid to get his nose dirty in the run game at 5-foot-11, 198 pounds. GM Tom Telesco is trying to piece a cornerback depth chart together. Ideally, Marshall is a No. 3 or 4.
Richard Marshall DB SD Jun 03 '79
Chargers signed DB Richard Marshall to a one-year contract.
Richard Marshall DB SD Jun 03 '79
The Jaguars hosted free agent DB Richard Marshall on Friday.
Marshall could be a candidate to start in Jacksonville, upgrading on Alan Ball opposite rookie Dwayne Gratz. Marshall can also play slot corner and safety. Per PFT's Mike Florio, the Chargers "remain in the mix" to sign Marshall.
Richard Marshall DB SD Jun 02 '79
Free agent CB Richard Marshall is visiting the Chargers on Thursday.
Richard Marshall DB SD Jun 01 '79
Dolphins released CB Richard Marshall.
Another cog of GM Jeff Ireland's two-year masterplan down the drain. The move clears $4.55 million in salary. Overpaid to the tune of a three-year, $16 million contract in 2012, Marshall was limited to just four games by a back injury last season. Those are four games for which he was paid over $5 million. Marshall is hard-nosed and versatile, but was miscast as an outside starter. Ireland's admission of defeat is made more stunning by the fact that he has no clear alternative opposite Brent Grimes. Perhaps Ireland is ready to throw second-rounder Jamar Taylor into the fire, but career slot-man Dimitri Patterson is the best bet.
Richard Marshall DB SD Apr 25 '79
Dolphins RCB Richard Marshall has "moved past" his 2012 back problems and is fully expected to open the season as a starter.
Marshall and LCB Brent Grimes are markered in as Miami's Week 1 bookend corners. Rookies Jamar Taylor and Will Davis, along with veteran Dimitri Patterson, will push Nolan Carroll at nickel back. Marshall had back surgery last November to repair two ruptured disks. When healthy, he's a versatile if inconsistent cover man capable of covering the slot and playing some safety.
Richard Marshall DB SD Feb 15 '79
Richard Marshall will battle rookie Jamar Taylor for the starting corner job opposite Brent Grimes.
Richard Marshall DB SD Nov 26 '78
Dolphins CB Richard Marshall says his surgically repaired back has healed enough that he could play in a game today.
The Fins may hold Marshall out of early-offseason workouts as a precaution, but it sounds like he's pretty close to 100 percent. Marshall is currently the top corner on Miami's roster signed for 2013, as Sean Smith is a free agent. Expect Marshall to open the season as a starter barring something unforeseen.
Richard Marshall DB SD Oct 29 '78
The Miami Herald suggests Dolphins CB Richard Marshall is a candidate for offseason release.
The Fins signed Marshall to a three-year, $16 million deal last offseason, but he struggled in coverage before rupturing two disks in his back in late September. The repair required a "daylong" surgery. Marshall is owed $4.55 million in 2013, and cutting him would save $3.02 million under the salary cap.